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Isaac Mizrahi on Life and Style

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Designer Isaac Mizrahi, the irrepressible New Yorker with his eye-popping color palette and non-stop patter, was the first high-end fashion designer to step into the chain stores and make magic for the masses.

He brought high fashion to Target. He made the runway life public in the 1995 film “Unzipped.” He made Scarlett Johansson mad when he weighed her tatas on the red carpet at the Golden Globes.

Fashion stuff. Mizrahi has an opinion on every fashion question — Sarah Palin, big Oprah, slim Barack. And most of all, everywoman.

This hour, On Point: A conversation on life and style with Isaac Mizrahi.Guest:

Isaac MizrahiIsaac Mizrahi is an award-winning fashion designer. He is the new Creative Director for Liz Claiborne and has his own collection. He started a five-year collaboration with Target in 2003 to create an inexpensive and chic line of clothes and accessories. He is the subject of the 1995 documentary “Unzipped.” He hosts the daily show, Watch Isaac, which plays on his website, isaacmizrahiny.com. His new book is “How to Have Style."

Photos from "How to Have Style"
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Photos from Isaac Mizrahi's "Spring-Summer 2009 Show"
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This program aired on December 11, 2008. The audio for this program is not available.

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